Fireworks always mark celebration. Across the globe it is considered a tradition to light fireworks at the start of a new year. Fireworks are beautiful and exciting for most, but it is important to consider the impact they have on pets.
Leia is a very low maintenance dog who loves laying in the sun just as much as she loves laying in her bed. She is housebroken and rarely barks unless she is hungry. Leia walks well on a leash. When it comes to her furry friends, she can be selective. Her friend will need to be the same activity level as her and respect that she is large and in charge. As for cats, she generally has no interest in them and probably couldn’t catch a cat if she tried.
Puppies for Christmas have always been coined as a romantic staple or a child’s dream come true. However, many people do not understand the responsibility that you bestow on someone when you give them the gift of an animal.
We know you love your furry friends and don’t want them to miss out on any of your family traditions. However, it is important to know what you can and cannot feed your pets this holiday. It is crucial to know these as well as to inform your guests. A lot of foods that are part of your Thanksgiving tradition can make your pet sick or even be deadly.
Keep your cat indoors and safe from preventable outdoor accidents! There are also extra steps you can take to keep your indoor cat content.
Cole weighs about 80 pounds. He is house-trained, loves the couch, and severely allergic to children and cats. Cole is fully trained and has served as the “neutral dog” in the shelter – he loves all dogs and he’s the big man on campus. Cole is probably one of the best behaved dogs you could ever meet.
Did you just bring a new puppy into your household? Was your dog around other puppies or experiencing any unusual symptoms? You’ll want to know about this common disease that can be deadly to your pup.
What you need to know about bufo toads to keep your pets safe: how to spot them, what to do is your pet comes into contact, and how to keep your pet away from them.
Diamond is a Terrier, Pit Bull mix. She is 6 years old. Diamond came to us from what seems to be a loving home. Her BFF fell on hard times and could no longer afford to take care of her. Diamond does not understand that yesterday she was in that loving home and today she is in our shelter without her BFF. She tells you this with her actions.